International High Representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina Valentin Inzko says a partition of the country would be a posthumous victory for Slobodan Milošević. He said that this would not be accepted either by “Bosniaks or the international community.
Inzko said that he hoped that there would be positive changes in the country after the October 3 elections.
“We do not want to have another four years of stagnancy, not again,” he said, adding that “the positive political will and solutions” that existed in 2006 are needed again.
“At that time new people came into power, it was even normal earlier that the prime ministers of the two entities would meet for coffee every Sunday. That has not happened since 2006,” he said.